03-26-2013 02:48 PM - edited 03-27-2013 10:54 AM
I just got mine this morning too. The OS is limited (similar to dev-A).
- Phone -(Correction: no Phone )
-did not see sms
- hub functionalities
-emails (but have option for email in settings)
03-26-2013 06:31 PM
I got my DAC shipping confirmation at noon today. Still no word of my LE. I'm from Québec, so it definitely looks like they're sending the C's to Canada first, and Ontario specifically, and working outward from there. Has anyone out west gotten word yet? Of course, it's just goffers and black bears that live out there, eh?
Thanks for the pictures, +ukao. You got us all looking forward to it! I read that the screen is touch. Is that correct? It looks likely since there is no trackpad and navigation buttons...
03-26-2013 06:49 PM
03-26-2013 10:35 PM - edited 03-27-2013 12:48 AM
Gonna try that currently sound doesn't seem to work
Update: After updating with autoloader the audio works, no sign of hub or phone functionalities.
... I find the Z10 keyboard much faster
03-27-2013 10:14 PM
Both my LE and my DAC arrived today! They never told me that my LE was shipping, so it was a really nice surprise to see them both today! That was just under a 5-day turnaround for the LE, for those curious, including a week-end. From dropping it off at the UPS to the LE arriving at my door! Amazing!
I am so greatful to BlackBerry for the support they're giving to us. I think I'm going to start by porting my Z10 apps to the DAC.
03-27-2013 11:18 PM
Got my Dev Alpha C; OS is 10.1.0.809 Build 454408 (Flash 126.96.36.199/Air 188.8.131.52/Crypto 184.108.40.206214/WLAN 1.1/Radio 10.1.0.808/WebKit 10.1.0.938/Browser 10.1.0.33), there were no ALT/SHIFT hints when they were pressed; I did the Dev Alpha C update 10.1.0.1020, which upgraded OS to 10.1.0.1022 Build 474432 (Flash 220.127.116.11/Air 18.104.22.168/Crypto 22.214.171.124214/WLAN 1.1/Radio 10.1.0.1021/WebKit 10.1.0.1275/Browser 10.1.0.38), plus, the ALT/SHIFT hints were restored; Still no Hub, Phone, Media...
They keys have a nice bouncy feel to them, very subtle... not sticky at all, seems to be engineered to be responsive.
BlackBerry World works (though, bug says not for purchases), and downloading works. BBM Works over WiFi
03-30-2013 10:48 AM
I don't understand why they crippled the Dev Alpha C's 10.1.0.1020, whereas the simulator with the same build number has a functional hub. Other than to just make real sure we don't use the Dev Alpha C's as our phones...